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        woody
        Da Boss

        Yet another bug in this month’s first cumulative update for Win10 version 1903, KB 4517389. Our own Mark Busby described the symptoms: After installin
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      • #1983291 Reply
        techweenie
        AskWoody Lounger

        Since when do 16 bit apps even work on Windows?  Or is this specific to 32 bit builds?

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        • #1983998 Reply
          doriel
          AskWoody Lounger

          16 bit apps work on Windows 10, but you have to install 32 bit version. I have several PCs in our company with Windows 10 32 bit, just to run 16 bit program Zebra Bar One. It will last for several years, then it wont be needed anymore. but yes, you can run 16bit apps on Windows 10.

          Dell Latitude E6530, Intel Core i5 @ 2.6 GHz, 4GB RAM, W10 1809 Enterprise

          HAL3000, AMD Athlon 200GE @ 3,4 GHz, 8GB RAM, Fedora 29

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      • #1983712 Reply
        steeviebops
        AskWoody Lounger

        Has to be specific to 32-bit; 64-bit has no NTVDM.

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      • #1984320 Reply
        armond
        AskWoody Plus

        Seams a new build 1903/1909 cumulative update, KB4522355, is on the way.
        BTW let’s talk about 1909.
        Install it, try searching in a folder for something. When typing something in the search edit box in a folder in Windows explorer,
        No instant search results anymore? One have to press enter!
        Yes, this exists even if you install KB4522355,.
        And no, you won’t see it if you clean install 1909 using MSDN ISOs. Heads up. Have a great day/night/whatever…

        • #1984355 Reply
          anonymous
          Guest

          The suggestion while typing requires cataloguing ahead of time. Could this very fresh install have been prevented from cataloguing or not yet had time to build the reference in the background? Will it work better tomorrow without making any change to settings?

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          b
          AskWoody Plus

          BTW let’s talk about 1909.
          Install it, try searching in a folder for something. When typing something in the search edit box in a folder in Windows explorer,
          No instant search results anymore? One have to press enter!
          Yes, this exists even if you install KB4522355,.

          I get results every time before pressing enter in File Explorer search box on 1909 with KB4522355.

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          • #1985007 Reply
            armond
            AskWoody Plus

            If you please take a look at this pictures?

            It shows my issue.

            Searching for *.dll in C: drive, for example. with and without 1909 package installed.

            Have to press enter after typing *.dll to actually search for it in 1909.

            Clear?

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              b
              AskWoody Plus

              The way that File Explorer search box works has certainly been changed in version 1909:

              File Explorer improvements

              What does that mean for you? Once you have the new experience, as you type in File Explorer’s search box, you’ll now see a dropdown populated with suggested files at your fingertips that you can pick from.

              These improved results can be launched directly by clicking the entry in the new suggestions box, or if you want to open the file location, just right-click the entry and there’ll be an option to do so. If you need to use commands or dig deeper into non-indexed locations, you can still press enter and populate the view with the traditional search results.

              We’ve also updated the design, so now as soon as you click the search box in File Explorer (or press CTRL+E to set focus to it), you’ll see the dropdown list with your search history.

              Showing the new dropdown that appears when you type in File Explorer’s search box:

              Search-dropdown

              https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2019/05/08/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-18894/

              You may need to build up some search history or turn on search indexing before it functions better.

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              • #1985103 Reply
                armond
                AskWoody Plus

                Thanks. Now got the idea!

                Don’t like it at all.

                I never hated Windows that much! I got use of instant searching in File Explorer since Vista days.

                It is just probably a registry tweak or something and should be reversable… Thanks for letting me know.

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